Overview

K. Mark Webb is a Swift Currie partner who focuses solely on workers’ compensation law representing insurance companies, self-insured employers and third-party administrators in the defense of workers' compensation claims as well as subrogation litigation against third-party tortfeasors.

Mark has particular experience with large retailers, temporary staffing companies, professional employer organizations, manufacturers, food and beverage companies, commercial and residential service companies, emergency medical service companies, transportation companies, construction companies, auto dealerships, municipalities and Georgia’s growing entertainment industry.

Mark has handled hundreds of workers’ compensation cases in his career, developing long-term relationships built on trust and delivering successful outcomes. His application of time-honored best practices helps put stress at bay, enabling clients to feel more relaxed and better focused on sound strategies for resolution.

With a straight-forward approach, Mark is diligent in the preparation of his cases, paying keen attention to precise detail and subtle nuances that, when properly observed, can signal success or the opposite: pitfalls. His exacting approach closes the door on gaps for error, leading to successful outcomes.

Mark understands that working for clients is a privilege, and privilege carries the responsibility of serving clients in a diligent and straight-forward manner, always focusing on the matters at hand to represent best interests and to provide the leadership that inspires confidence and success.

Awards/Recognitions

Georgia Super Lawyer Rising Star, 2013

Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Georgia

Interests

Outside of the office, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife, Kelley, and their three young children. He particularly enjoys being involved with their youth sports and extracurricular activities.

Bar Admittances

  • Georgia

Education

Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, (J.D., 2008)

University of Georgia, (B.A., 2005)

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